Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success

Anthony Galie has over 30 years of experience helping businesses and corporations motivate their teams to achieve bigger company and personal goals. As a keynote speaker, author, and trained psychotherapist, Anthony has been named as one of the top 26 “Hot Speakers” by Successful Meetings Magazine and worked with dozens of Fortune 500 companies, universities, and non-profit organizations around the world. He is highly sought-after for his compelling presentations that have helped dozens of corporations around the world. Anthony earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Rutgers and his Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from Florida Atlantic University.


Please welcome Anthony Galie to the show! 

What We Discussed Today

  • How Anthony Galie came to hypnotism through his involvement with the sitcom “The Life of Riley”
  • How Anthony spent time as a child hypnotizing the neighborhood kids and the problems that caused.
  • When Anthony became a research assistant at Rutgers in hypnosis research and how that contributed to his extensive education in hypnotherapy.
  • How he made the decision to not buy a papaya farm in favor of public speaking.
  • How Anthony expanded his speaking career exponentially and how that part of his business exploded seemingly overnight.
  • Why you should often strive to be rich than famous!
  • How to scale up and not think small about the reach of your business and audience.
  • Stuck in the mindset of “this is how it works?” We talk about how to break out of that mindset.
  • How Jeff Walker blew Jason’s socks off.
  • How we believe “more is better” when the converse is typically true. Streamlining the teaching process delivers more quality more quickly.
  • What is “the hook” that gets you booked as a speaker.
  • We discuss what the 50/50 blend is and how that translates in to presentations that teach rather than simply entertains.
  • What are the shifts in thinking you need to make when going in to corporate speaking?
  • The million-dollar question… “What will your listeners have after your presentation that they didn’t have before?”
  • Anthony’s experience at New York Life and how he’s impacting their business model.
  • What the greatest needs of the corporate market are, and how hypnotherapists can help fill this need.
  • The incredible shifts in culture brought on by smartphones, red light cameras, and how rapidly shifting impacts the way people behave.
  • Why do you want the “new thing” when you don’t even know what it does, or why you would need it?
  • What is the Corporate Hypnotist Masterclass?
  • What happened after Anthony developed a brain cyst?
  • Why you shouldn’t call yourself a Hypnotist.



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Public speaker, mental health coach, instructor, and writer of several award-winning books, Melissa Tiers is an entrepreneur woman wearing many hats. Founder of The Center For Integrative Hypnosis, she frequently teaches classes, hosts training videos, and coaches clients through various mental health aspects, integrative hypnosis and neuro-linguistics practices. Additionally, she is highly sought-after for her public speaking engagements and regularly speaks at several events throughout the year all over the country.

Melissa is passionate about helping others learn more about the unconscious mind. She has authored several award-winning books, including “Integrative Hypnosis: A Comprehensive Course in Change,” which has won the prestigious Pen and Quill Award by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. Moreover, she has written dozens of articles in the mental health, hypnosis, and neuro-linguistic psychology sectors.

Please welcome Melissa Tiers to the show!

Today Jason and Melissa discuss:

  • Melissa’s entry in to hypnosis and how she has been chasing one trance after another since her childhood and how she incorporated her career in rock and roll in to hypnosis.
  • How we can induce altered states without drugs and exploring consciousness in a different way.
  • The difference between something being hypnotic in nature and hypnosis.
  • How habituated patterns create neuro-associative clusters in the brain and how hypnosis can help your brain break habits.
  • How to neutralize individual triggers.
  • How to rewrite early, implicit emotional memory.
  • How you’re using hypnosis vs how you should use it.
  • Self-hypnosis techniques you can do anywhere, any time, and no one knows what you’re doing.
  • How it’s key to teach clients to manage their emotional life and affect regulation.
  • Silver Linings Playbook, “You just need some better strategies” doesn’t work if you don’t have a strategy to offer.
  • Melissa’s “not so smart” business model.
  • Why we hope to never see you again.
  • Why it’s important to teach the client why techniques are working.
  • Melissa’s books and the great work she is accomplishing in the profession.
  • “This shit is all made up” and why Melissa says this.
  • The meta pattern that’s underneath all other patterns, like NLP and how you can create your own pattern.
  • If you’re bored with your client – they’re going to know it and how practitioners can keep themselves excited and interested.
  • Defeating Bogarts with laughter and how that relates to hypnosis. The “Harry Potter Intervention”.

And much, much more!




Integrative Hypnosis: A Comprehensive Course in Change

The Anti-Anxiety Toolkit: Rapid techniques to rewire the brain

Keeping the Brain in Mind: Practical Neuroscience for Coaches, Therapists, and Hypnosis Practitioners (Co-authored with Shawn Carson)



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